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How to Find the Best Amsterdam Hotels with Venere

Visitors looking to fly in or out of Amsterdam Airport Schiphol will find plenty of Amsterdam airport hotels within convenient distance of the international airport. Europe's fifth busiest airport in terms of passenger volume puts the Dutch capital at a particularly important position as a transport hub. Accordingly, the cozy and convivial city nicknamed Mokum (meaning 'place' in Yiddish) easily accommodates business travelers and tourists chasing an early or late flight and looking to stay within easy distance of Schiphol Airport. Venere also makes it easy for travelers to find the perfect Amsterdam accommodation within the city itself. Listed places to stay in Amsterdam are rated by past guests, offering reviews for comparison. With a strong reputation to back its service, Venere improves our customer's confidence in what they are booking by providing photos of hotels so you know what to expect. The website also includes a map marking the exact location, recommending the best routes, as well as the distance of the hotel from tourist destinations.

What is Amsterdam Like?

Guests staying at Amsterdam hotels can enjoy sights in the city via excellent local transport in this city of bicycles. Attractions include world-famous museums like the Van Gogh Museum, the Stedelijk, the Rijksmuseum, and Anne Frank's House. No visit to this 'Venice of the North' is complete without a canal cruise in any of its 165 canals. The annual Gay Pride celebrations in August and the Grachtenfestival (Canal Festival) offering classical music performances are also well worth a look. When you book Amsterdam accommodation through Venere, you can see where the hotel is located in the tourist circuit, and what transportations are available to and from the attractions. You can also see which hotels offer great in-house restaurants or nearby restaurants to taste Dutch specialties like poffertjes, bitterballen, stroopwafels (syrup waffle), koffie verkeerd and thick and crispy patat (Dutch for french fries).

Getting Along with the Locals

Amsterdam is an intimate city, and nowhere will you fit in more with the locals than in a traditional wood-paneled and smoke-stained 'brown café', chatting with residents long after the meal has ended by the light of burning candles. In the morning, walk around the Prinsengracht, buy flowers and bite into chocolate sprinkles on toast as Dutch do. Ring your bike bell as you cruise down the city's bike-friendly streets but bear in mind that finding parking space at the parking garages outside the Central Station and elsewhere can be tricky at times. Always take a two wheeler, whether a bike or a boat - like the Amsterdammers. Locals will tell you that though the Vondelpark is beautiful, it's touristy, and the Westerpark is better! Explore this city on the river 'Amstel', and enjoy an authentic Dutch holiday.